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Minnesota public safety agencies reeling from weekend tragedy; Speaker Johnson faces critical decision on Ukraine aid; Public comment sought on proposal to limit growth in health-care costs; MS postal union workers voice concerns about understaffing, mail delays.

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The U.S. rejects a U.N. resolution on Israel-Gaza ceasefire, but proposes a different one. Some Democrats vote against Biden to protest his policy on Gaza and a California woman is being held in Russia.

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Drones over West Texas aim to improve rural healthcare, the Ogallala Aquifer, the backbone of High Plains agriculture, is slowly disappearing and federal money is headed to growers of wool and cotton.

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The Human Cost of the MA Budget Plan

BOSTON - Groups which advocate for people with disabilities across the Bay State say the more than $32 billion state budget plan Gov. Deval Patrick …

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MA Bullies Don’t Just Target Schoolyards

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Getting ME Healthcare Info Online

PORTLAND, Maine - A key component of getting health care costs under control is minimizing the amount of paperwork in the system. Later this year…

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Looking for Ways Panthers and Ranchers Can Coexist in FL

GAINESVILLE, Fla. - A new study in Florida is aimed at helping determine the best ways for cattle and panthers to coexist. The endangered Florida …

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Thousands of MA Students to Rally Against Bullying

BOSTON - More than 4,000 high school and middle school students and their teachers will gather at Northeastern University on Tuesday to confront the b…

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Proposed Cuts Could Devastate CT Food Pantries

HARTFORD, Conn. - Hundreds of people are likely to line up for food aid today at the Christian Fellowship Center's Storehouse in Bristol. The folks …

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Is the FL Black Bear Still at Risk?

BRISTOL, Fla. - The state's black bear management plan was the topic of discussion Tuesday night at a public workshop here. The Florida Fish and …

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Taxes Not as Taxing in MA

BOSTON - That old "taxachusetts" label seems to be going the way of penny-candy and the payphone. Using the latest U.S. Census Bureau data the Center …

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CT Communities Pull Together to Provide Thanksgiving

HARTFORD, Conn. - With Thanksgiving around the corner, scores of communities are banding together this weekend to make sure Foodshare can provide …

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Advocates to Kerry: Let the "Sun Shine"

BOSTON - The congressional "super-committee" faces its deadline for submitting recommendations to cut the federal deficit by at least $1.2 trillion…

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